Leo Messi’s landing at Inter Miami has not only meant total revolution at the sporting level, taking the first title in the history of the Florida franchise and going undefeated in its first nine games, but it has also generated a huge impact on economic level.
Since the Argentinian star’s arrival, the David Beckham-led club have racked up a whopping $265 million in ticket sales. A record amount that does not end there.
Since Leo joined MLS, Apple TV, the platform that holds the rights to the North American league, has managed to add more than 300,000 new subscriptions, representing a total profit of $29.7 million. Figures that speak for themselves.
Beyond the 11 goals, 3 assists and the League Cup title won, Leo Messi landing in Miami has been beneficial for all parties; economically and sportingly for a club that has hardly had any joy in its short history and for a Messi and his family who are smiling again after two years of darkness in Paris.
With a new final on the horizon on September 27, Messi and Inter Miami are now focused on reaching the MLS play-offs, moving away from last place in the Eastern Conference, which the team was in before the arrival of the Argentine star. A success that began this weekend with the victory over the New York Red Bulls and has Nashville as its next target.
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